Aerial Photo by AJ Groen

Plan Your Visit 

The RMG is open seven days a week. Parking is available on site, and is free after six and on weekends. The RMG is free to visit. A suggested donation of five dollars can be made at our reception desk. Your donation helps support programs and services.

Monday to Friday 10am-5pm
Thursday 10am-9pm
Saturday and Sunday - 12-4pm

Note: open 7-10pm on the first Friday
of every month for RMG Fridays

Please note our Holiday Hours:
24, 25, 26 December, 2014: Closed
27, 28, 29, 30 December, 2014: 12-4pm
31 December, 2014: Closed
1 January, 2015: Closed
2 January: 10-5pm

Check out our upcoming exhibitions and events.

Are you a teacher and want to bring your students to the RMG? Visit our Teacher's Corner.

Do you have a community group such as Guides, Scouts, Red Hat Society, or a Corporate Team? Visit Community Tours

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The RMG is located just 5 minutes from the 401 highway.

From Toronto and other cities to the West of Oshawa: Take 401 East to Oshawa, exit Simcoe Street North. Simcoe Street exit requires a left turn from stop sign into Left Hand turn lane. Turn left at lights, you are now heading North on Simcoe St. Follow to Bagot Street. Turn left at Bagot, 2 blocks to Gallery. 

From Toronto Union Station: Take the Lakeshore East Go Train to Oshawa Bus Terminal. The train will take you to the Oshawa Train Station where a bus will be waiting for you to transfer; this bus will deliver you to the Bus Terminal in Downtown Oshawa at the corner of Centre & Bond. Walk 2 blocks south on Centre to Bagot, turn Right and you will see the Gallery. Complete trip takes about 1 hour.

From Toronto YorkMills/Yorkdale Mall: Take the Hwy 2 Go Bus Route. This bus has stops at Yorkmills, Yorkdale, Scarborough Town Centre, Ajax Go Station, and more. Bus will deliver you to Oshawa Bus Terminal at Centre & Bond. Walk 2 blocks south on Centre to Bagot St, turn Right and you will see the Gallery. Complete trip takes about 1-1.5 hours, depending on time of day/traffic.

From Kingston and other cities to the East of Oshawa: Take 401 West to Oshawa. Exit at Simcoe St. This exit requires you follow the exit street (Drew) to the lights at Drew & McNaughton Avenue. Turn left at McNaughton and follow to Simcoe St. Turn right (north) at Simcoe Street follow to Bagot. Turn left on Bagot, drive 2 blocks to the Gallery.

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